Medicare & Medicaid Fraud
Experienced Medicare & Medicaid Fraud Whistleblower Attorneys
Medicare and Medicaid fraud is one of the top enforcement priorities of the Department of Justice, as this medical insurance fraud can result in the loss of tens of billions of dollars every year. The Department of Justice uses the False Claims Act to punish the perpetrators of this fraud and reward the whistleblowers who make the recovery possible. If you are aware of Medicare or Medicaid coverage or reimbursement fraud, it could be in your best interest to make a whistleblower, also known as “qui tam”, claim.
How Can You Benefit from Blowing the Whistle?
Alerting the government to fraud is one of the rare opportunities where you can benefit financially from doing the ethical thing. As a whistleblower, you will be entitled to a portion of the money that is recovered by the government as a result of you blowing the whistle on fraudulent behavior.
To learn more about some of our previous whistleblower cases, see our Big Wins page.
Legal and Financial Whistleblower Protection
At the Chicago law firm of Loevy & Loevy, our trial attorneys are among the most well credentialed in the nation and have handled whistleblower trials in Illinois and throughout the nation. We only take cases that we truly believe in, allowing us to devote our full resources and energy to winning your case.
If you choose to bring your whistleblower claim forward, we will work closely with you to make sure you are legally protected from whistleblower retaliation by your employer. Also, you will owe no attorney fees unless we win your case. Report medicare fraud today to discuss your legal options with an experienced whistleblower trial lawyer.
Take Action Today
If you are considering making a whistleblower claim involving Medicare or Medicaid fraud, we can help you achieve a successful result. Call 312-243-5900, toll-free 888-644-6459 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with an attorney.
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